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Showing items 11 to 19 of 19 total books.

Stupid Movie Lines
by Ross Petras, Kathryn Petras

Another sequel from the creators of The 776 Stupidest Things Ever Said, this one dedicated to "The 776 Dumbest Things Ever Uttered on the Silver Screen". Will the stupidity never cease?

Stupid Celebrities
by Ross Petras, Kathryn Petras

"Over 500 of the Most Idiotic Things Ever Said by Famous People" from the writers of The 776 Stupidest Things Ever Said. This collection focuses on the ample stupidity found in Hollywood.

The Stupidest Things Ever Said by Politicians
by Ross Petras, Kathryn Petras

The authors of The 776 Stupidest Things Ever Said mine the richest vein of stupidity yet discovered: Politics. (No, Dan Quayle is not the only source in the book.)

The Quotable Musician: From Bach to Tupac
by Sheila E. Anderson

Over 1000 quotes from musicians. While inevitably many of the quotes are about music, a wide variety of other topics are covered. I read it cover to cover and found much musical inspiration - and more than a few new favorite quotes. Divided by subject into 30 chapters, including special sections on artists such as the Beatles and T. S. Monk.

Quotations With an Attitude : A Wickedly Funny Source Book
by Roy L. Stewart

This book came highly recommended by one of my loyal readers, so I bought it, sight unseen from Amazon.com. I was not disappointed. Organized by subject, with simple attributes, this book is great for those days when you really need a kick in the pants to get going.

Life 101 Quote Book
by Peter McWilliams

If you know anything about me (Laura), you know that I love the motivational quotes in Peter McWilliams' books. This is a collection of the quotes from Life 101 (and several other books by Mr. McWilliams). None of the positive discourses here, just the quotes he uses to back them up.

Bartlett's Book of Love Quotations
by Barbara Ann Kipfer (Compiler)

For those of you with love on the mind, here is a small but enjoyable book. With subject headings like romance, passion, friends and family, God and country, you should have no trouble finding that perfect quote. Organized by subject.

The Book of Truly Stupid Business Quotes
by Jeff Parietti

I don't know whether to classify this book as business or humor (luckily, I don't divide the books into those categories, so I don't have to). This quote book makes laughing at the business world as fun as a Dilbert book. See the reviews on Amazon.com to read some of the quotes.

Hollywood and Whine
by Boze Hadleigh (Compiler)

"The Snippy, Snotty, and Scandalous Things Stars Say About Each Other" In this star-studded glimpse into the complex, often shocking world of the rich and famous, the author presents approximately 2,000 delicious, sometimes malicious, but always amusing quotes about the down side of fame and fortune.

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